News & Events
Plant 13 launched dinner service on Friday 5th April and is now open from 5pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings until late.
Plant 13′s liquor license arrived! Guests could now enjoy a Vale Ale, speciality imported beer or a wine from around the globe in our nitrogen controlled wine preservation system.
On Friday 1st February 2013, the lovely Jessica Harmsen from ABC News came and filmed a segment at Plant 13 for The Food Quarter. Watch it here: abc.net.au/news/2013-02-0
Plant 13 was proud to donate to our awesome local police officer Alan Graham and his team BIKE FORCE 5 in the Ride for a Reason initiative to raise money for the Cancer Council.
Plant 13 received a wonderful write up from food blogger Eating Adelaide. You can read all about it here: http://eatingadelaide.com/plant-13-bowden/
Plant 13 received a very lovely write up from food blogger The Chopping Board. Read all about it here: www.onthechoppingboard.com/2012/11/plant-13-american-food-on-outskirts-of.html
Plant 13 was blessed to receive a write up in Rip it Up – check it out here: http://www.ripitup.com.au/lifestyle/article/plant-13-review
Our fabulous and talented Head Chef Chad Fedele featured in November’s In Daily publication. Read what he says about his favourite ingredients and what’s cooking at P13.
Food blogger Yin Yin writes a review about Plant 13 for Weekend Notes. Have a read and see what she thinks about Plant 13!
Read all about it! Plant 13 is in the October 2012 edition of Adelaide Matters magazine.
On August the 6th 2012, Plant 13 opened to the public for the very first time bringing a new food sensation to Bowden.
EFFERVESCENT pocket rocket of Adelaide’s food scene, chef Cole Thomas will be first to open a restaurant at the Bowden Urban Village, a residential and creative business makeover of the former Clipsal …industrial park. Thomas, a native of Georgia in the US, has what he believes will be a unique restaurant in Australia: Plant 13 will be devoted to the food of the southern states of the US. At a time when barbecue and smoking have never been so much in the spotlight, and the regional food of the Americas has gained a lot of traction, the idea makes sense. Thomas, who gained considerable recognition two years ago for creating a piece of sushi that levitates above the plate, allowing it to be eaten without using hands, has secured a unique site in the urban renewal project, forgoing a planned CBD venture. Plant 13 will be casual.